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By Steve King
Topic - David Duval
Peter Hanson made his only back-nine birdie with a 6-foot putt at the 18th hole Thursday, closing out a 5-under 65 for a one-stroke lead over David Duval and two others after the first round of the Byron Nelson Championship.
David Duval gets only limited chances on the PGA Tour these days, much different than 15 years ago when he was the No. 1 player in the world.
Jimmy Walker's future is looking brighter than the constellations he captures on his telescope.
Of all the memories from Tiger Woods' roots in Southern California, it's easy to overlook the time he made an appearance in the Tournament of Roses parade.
David Duval spent his first full season of professional golf in the minor leagues, finishing No. 8 on what was then the Nike Tour money list to earn his PGA Tour card. Nearly 20 years later, after a career in which he has won a major, a PGA Tour money title and was No. 1 in the world, Duval is willing to go back.
About the only thing that comes easily for David Duval these days is the ability to find perspective.
The last time he played this course on the northwest coast of England, David Duval was cheered by thousands as he made a celebratory walk up the 18th hole to claim his first major championship. The British Open was his, the rivalry with Tiger Woods was back on, and even the wraparound glasses couldn't hide his delight in having finally won a big one.
A capsule look at the 10 previous British Opens held at Royal Lytham & St. Annes, where the 141st British Open will be played July 19-22:
In a rush to announce a milestone for Tiger Woods _ not that his record needs any embellishment _ the PGA Tour revealed that the AT&T National was the 100th professional win of his career.
The text message from David Duval arrived just as the Americans began to seize control for good in the Presidents Cup. The last time it was held at Royal Melbourne, he was the top qualifier for the U.S. team.
"I'm just glad I chose to tee off today, because I was seriously considering not," Duval said.
"I guess that's the story right there," he said Monday on his way to Dallas. "I don't remember."